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FILMS

CAPTURING POWERFUL, INSPIRATIONAL 

STORIES THROUGH FILM

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To  create high-quality films that truthfully and powerfully conveys the stories and struggles of people and consequently enables them to fulfill their vision and reach their goals.

WE SPECIALIZE IN
DOCUMENTARIES & NARRATIVE FILMS

ILLEGAL THE MOVIE

Illegal is a feature-length documentary about the miraculous journey of Salvadoran immigrant Laz Ayala’s life or death path to U.S. citizenship, the challenges of present-day immigration, and his mission to humanize immigrants and reform immigration for the benefit of all. It is directed by our own Nick Alexander and filmed by the Nick Alexander Films team.

Illegal wrapped up a successful Kickstarter campaign on April 3rd, 2020 which raised over $40,000 for the production of the film. The film was selected to over fifty festivals including Beverly Hills International Film Festival, Ashland Independent Film Festival, and Richmond International Film Festival. Illegal was acquired by Freestyle Digital Media, the digital film distribution division of Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios and launched on VOD on Apple TV, Amazon, Sling, Google Play and Xbox July 6th, 2021

New Movie | Illegal the Movie | Award Winning Movie | Filmmaking | Documentary Film | Nick Alexander Films | Illegal
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DUPLICITY

NAF’s first narrative film: Duplicity.

Synopsis: It is a cold winter's day. A group of individuals gather at the home of renowned lawyer Jonathan Agnew. They have all been summoned by Agnew himself, yet none of them know why. When the individuals enter the house they are shocked to discover Jonathan Agnew dead on the floor. The cause of death is unclear. In Agnew's right hand is his phone, with the last call being 911. Who dunnit?

See the Film Premiere this September 2023!

DEAD IN THE WATER

NAF’s second narrative film: Dead In The Water.

Synopsis: It's the night before Thanksgiving, and the businessman Matthew goes to the grocery store to buy the fixings for a big dinner. But something is different. Shelves are empty. For the food that is available, prices are incredibly high. What's going? In this film, we witness the demise of the Klamath Basin agriculture due to Federal mismanagement of water resources that will affect the food supply in the United States.

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